Vote topic

That the House recognize that an effective, Canada-wide early learning and child care system requires both continued vigorous effort to provide supports for family incomes and proactive intergovernmental activity to create a sufficient number of high quality, universally accessible, affordable and developmental child care spaces to meet the broad range of needs of Canadian children; that the House observe that the present government has made, in both these tasks, significantly less progress than its predecessor, which had provided income support programs for families with children totalling more than $10 billion per year and had negotiated child-care space-creating agreements with all provinces valued at at least an additional $1 billion per year; and, therefore, that the House urge the government to increase substantially its activities in this regard in order to provide Canadian families with the early learning and child care facilities that they need and deserve.

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Result

Yes 114
NDP Liberal
No 173
Conservative Bloc
Paired 2

Conservative

Didn't vote Peter MacKay
Paired Inky Mark

NDP

Bloc

Liberal

Didn't vote Raymond Bonin
Didn't vote John Cannis
Didn't vote Joe Comuzzi
Didn't vote Irwin Cotler
Didn't vote Hedy Fry
Didn't vote Jim Karygiannis
Didn't vote Jean Lapierre
Didn't vote Lawrence MacAulay
Didn't vote Keith Martin
Didn't vote Peter Milliken
Didn't vote Jim Peterson
Didn't vote Lucienne Robillard
Didn't vote Belinda Stronach
Didn't vote Roger Valley
Didn't vote Joe Volpe
Didn't vote Bryon Wilfert

Independent